| Article appears in November 2019 Issue

SOFTWARE HANDLES CAMERAS, VISION SYSTEMS AND SENSORS

14-10-2019

Two and three-dimensional data from multiple industrial image processing systems can now be evaluated using a single software platform. UniVision 2.1 from Treotham can be used with smart cameras, vision systems and control units with 2D/3D profile sensors, so that users can set up vision applications intuitively in just a few steps and without programming knowledge.

The uniVision software is structured like an intelligent toolbox. The algorithms for images and height profiles are similar and can be used on different platforms. The measurement module runs on smart cameras, as well as vision systems, for example.

In total, users have up to 25 different software modules available (including measurement, threshold value, cluster, OCR, pattern matching, tracking etc), as well as 14 different templates (such as read 1D codes, presence check, detect pattern or detect colour), depending on the hardware selected.

There are also extensive video tutorials available online, with detailed instructions on how to use the software. An assistant is also available for smart cameras, which guides users through the setting step by step.

uniVision 2.1 also performs well when integrating hardware and software in existing plants and systems. Process data can be processed via standard connections such as digital IOs, as well as via TCP/IP and UDP. For robots from manufacturers like Yaskawa, Fanuc or Kuka, the software also offers interfaces for easy integration of control units with 2D-/3D profile sensors in tracked welding applications.

Treotham Automation
1300 65 75 64
www.treotham.com.au

 

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